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NASA’s Juno mission is devoted to study the origin and evolution of
Jupiter, which are the keys to understand the fundamental processes
and conditions that governed our solar system during its formation.

Orbiting around Jupiter since July 4, 2016, Juno is the first
spacecraft in a polar
orbit around this gas giant. Its scientific payload includes
instrumentation to study the interior, the atmosphere, and to perform
the first in-situ exploration of Jupiter’s polar magnetosphere and

An Earth-based observation campaign of Jupiter and the solar wind has
been organised to boost Juno's scientific return.

This session welcomes presentation of outcomes from the Juno
measurements, the collaborative campaign during the first two year of
Juno’s prime mission and results from studies of other giants in the
solar system.

The session will focus on data analysis and on theoretical modelling
of Jupiter’s interior structure, its intense magnetic field and
plasma circulation, the atmospheric dynamics and composition, and on
the structure and evolutions of the planet's auroras. We also welcome
discussions about comparative planetology with other giants in the
solar system.

Convener: Yamila Miguel | Co-conveners: Daniele Durante, Therese Encrenaz, Alessandro Mura, Glenn Orton
| Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–18:00
Room L8
| Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X4

Attendance time: Tuesday, 9 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Alessandro Mura, Glenn Orton
X4.165 |
Jupiter’s magnetic field, beaming half-cone angle and source location of decametric radio emissions observed by Juno
Yasmina M Martos, Masafumi Imai, Jack E.P. Connerney, William S. Kurth, and Stavros Kotsiaros
X4.166 |
Glenn Orton, John Rogers, Gerald Eichstaedt, Candice Hansen, Thomas Momary, and Fachreddin Tabataba-Vakili
X4.167 |
Gérard Jean-Claude, Bonfond Bertrand, Mauk Barry H., Gladstone George R., Yao Zhonghua .H., Gkouvelis Leonardos, Grodent Denis, Greathouse Tom K., Hue Vincent, Versteeg Maarten H., Connerney John E.P., Bolton Scott J., and Levin Steven M.
X4.168 |
Alessandro Mura, Alberto Adriani, Federico Tosi, Giuseppe Sindoni, and Gianrico Filacchione and the JIRAM TEAM
X4.170 |
Davide Grassi, Alberto Adriani, Alessandro Mura, and Scott Bolton
X4.171 |
Peter S. Jørgensen, John L. Jørgensen, Matija Herceg, Troelz Denver, Mathias Benn, Jack E. Connerney, Heidi N. Becker, Scott J. Bolton, and Steven M. Levin
X4.172 |
Yamila Miguel and Tristan Guillot and the Juno mission IWG
X4.173 |
Daniele Durante, Virginia Notaro, Paolo Racioppa, and Luciano Iess
X4.174 |
Marco Zannoni, Luis Gomez Casajus, Alessandro Moirano, Paolo Tortora, Phillip H. Phipps, Paul Whiters, Dustin Buccino, Kamal Oudrhiri, Daniele Durante, and Luciano Iess
X4.175 |
Shannon Brown, Michael Janssen, Sushil Atreya, Scott Bolton, Andrew Ingersoll, Steven Levin, Cheng Li, Jonathan Lunine, Glenn Orton, and Paul Steffes
X4.176 |
Robert Lysak and Yan Song
X4.177 |
Alessandra Migliorini, Bianca Maria Dinelli, Marialuisa Moriconi, Francesca Altieri, Alberto Adriani, Alessandro Mura, Jack Connerney, Sushil Atreya, Giuseppe Piccioni, Federico Tosi, Giuseppe Sindoni, Davide Grassi, Scott Bolton, Steven Levin, Jean-Claude Gérard, Raffaella Noschese, Andrea Cicchetti, Roberto Sordini, Angelo Olivieri, and Christina Plainaki